I read posts like this before I installed the sub, but I had to hear it for myself. It's very well built and fits perfect, but note that it does take up the space behind both back seats. I'm sure you got more bass, just curious as to the rest of the sounds. Everything seems to mellow out after a week or so of playing. I chose the 994s, as the 995s was several hundy more, for no real gain.
Typical Installation time is 1 day, however we matted the front, rear doors and the rear wall behind the subwoofer. . Will I need to look in a different direction as far as upgrading the runner sound system? I have been a certified mechanic all my working life but I am not an electronics technician. The stock speakers wired in parallel to the tweeters present a 4 ohm load to the factory stereo. But, for the wad of cash over the 994s,.
I had to basically shove my head in between the C-pillar and the rear seat to even hear it, so unfortunately it is working and it is just that sad. All plug and play, so easily reversible. Never had subwoofer before or B. Lets not forget we are in a vehicle here where sound has some serious obstacles to overcome road and drive train noise and a lot of sound absorbing materials. This is our number one selling speaker. We now have over 20,000 Tundra customers around the globe! The high-end system is now only available on the Platinum. The new one's sub was pounding and the only bass I could hear was my doors.
Its disappointing to say the least. The upper unit, the 995s, was a good chunk more monies, for very little gain, if anything. Components by nature and design tend to provide much better sound quality. I will be installing a dual battery set up, under the hood, which will help. One amp per pair of speakers. In 2015 my Taco got blasted in a hail storm, so I ended up trading it in. B stock, is just that.
I have the space, so eff it. Do not let Toyota get away with not fixing it. Not sure why they would tell you you would lose the hatch speakers. Those have my custom shiz on it. That would be simple fix.
I was able to keep the head unit. They suggested what you are proposing but to do that you have to lose the 2 rear speakers in the hatch. I made them bring a new one over from the lot. Ceramic tint film to driver and passenger door. Unless your 4' tall and need to put the seat all the way forward, no one will ever see these things, they are very discrete.
I think it's a head unit problem. This was 2 weeks ago. Great, purpose built sound quality, but, im going to just use the aftermarket double din in this build. We carefully took into consideration all the essentials necessary to create a system capable of reproducing a very high degree of detail, transparency and dynamics without compromising the integrity of the vehicle. I think I am going to leave it like this for now and if it continues to impress I will leave it alone.
Toyota Tundra upgrades are a common request here at Adrenaline Audio near Raleigh. Zach called the store and spoke with Doug Reichert, our integration specialist, who explained that when the Drone Mobile remote start ws installed into the 4Runner, Zach would get two remote starts in one: His girlfriend would be able to start the vehicle short-range by pressing the lock button three times on the Toyota remote and super-long-range from her cellphone. I've had Pioneer and Sony double din units and I still have the Sony I bought about 12 years ago. As explained in the videos below, to build a quality sound system you need the appropriate drivers for the job. That said, I have heard both, they both sound great, and both Taco Tunes boxes are well built and nice quality.
It was quite a let-down compared to my '13 Limited sound system. I have known Rob at Taco Tunes for years, and I would definitely call us friends. They're essentially potato chips with magnets. These trucks cost a ton and we paid for an upgraded sound system! Just hoping the interface works well. I did the upgrade through best buy, however with my runner this time around, I am interested in doing the who thing by myself.